Explore the variety of Y Summer Programs at over 60 metro-area locations. Programs include flexible three-, four-, and five-day options. There’s something fun for everyone—from preschool through grade nine.

Kids enjoy adventure and discovery activities in age-appropriate and small-group activities. Ages vary by location.

Summer Power Outdoor Adventures

Fascinating adventures in a safe, quality childcare program. A partnership between River Crest Elementary, Hudson Y and Camp St. Croix.

Summer Power Outdoor Adventures Half Day Summer School

For youth entering grades K – 5 in fall, 2014 and enrolled in Hudson School district summer school program at River Crest.

Kids entering grades one through six learn new sports, build sports skills and have fun playing. Kids build the positive relationships that lead to good sportsmanship and teamwork. Ages vary by location.

Mini Sports

Build your preschooler's interest and skills in a week-long sports program for kids ages four to six years. Ages vary by location.

Mini Sports Sampler

Grow an interest in sports with a fun week-long program that focuses on basketball, baseball, floor hockey, soccer, gym games and more for ages four to five years.

Specialty Sport - Golf

Golfers entering grades one through eight will learn the skills of the game from professional golf instructors.

Summer Sports Leaders-in-Training

Kids entering grades seven through nine rise to the challenge of Leaders-in-Training (LIT) learning and developing skills needed to lead sports camp activities. Ages vary by location.

Summer Sports Sampler

Children age four to youth entering grade six enjoy this week-long program that focuses on basketball, baseball/t-ball, floor hockey, soccer and great field trips.

Youth Summer Sports Camp

Tennis, lacrosse, football, and more—week-long specialty sports programs allow kids entering grades one through six to choose from a variety of sports and improve their skills.

Youth can learn to skateboard with lessons at Tri-City Skate Park.

Kids entering grades five through eight can spend exciting days skateboarding plus enjoying a second sport, field trip, or activity